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Finga’s Fine Foods

Adam Bruce was born in 1993, the year that his father Dereke Bruce founded Finga’s. Now, father, son and the Finga’s staff have relocated this long-running deli and grocery store shop, uniting it with their central kitchen/bakery facility. Like before, there are 45-50 breads (sourdough, whole wheat, rye, como, focaccia, bagels, croissants, etc.); 10-15 pastries and desserts; salami, sliced roast beef, sausages and other meats; cheeses; take-home soups, lasagna, beef pies and yoghurts; spices and seasonings; in-house sorbets; take-out coffee (NT$65-75); wines and other drinks. Dining is limited to take-out Cuba and Reuben sandwiches and customized pita rolls (NT$180-220), made with various meat (from Ball Ham to Salmon and Cajun Chicken, filling (salad greens, Dukkha vegetable, Caponata, etc.) and sauce/dressing options, plus quiche and soup. There are also catering services for parties, receptions, office gatherings and other events. See “What’s Cooking” on pg. 11 for special opening offers available this month.

西屯區長安路一段162號一樓  (04) 2311-0330
162, Changan Rd, Sec 1, 1F, Xitun Dist
11 am-7:30 pm (週六休/closed Sat)

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Written by 何道明 Douglas Habecker

Douglas Habecker is the editor-in-chief of Compass Magazine


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